United Arab Emirates

Behind Qatar's bet on the Muslim Brotherhood

Christian Science Monitor 22 April 2014
By Christa Case Bryant

The Muslim Brotherhood, the Islamic political organization that has been defanged in almost every area where it was once a key player, has driven a deep rift between the Gulf's

 

Video: More than 200,000 to attend Dubai Peace meet

Emirates 24/7 News 17 April 2014

Globally renowned Islamic scholars and preachers from various countries will address the third Dubai International Peace Conference (DIPC) at World Trade Centre.

 

Spain eyes stronger economic ties with UAE visit

The News Tribune 16 April 2014
By ADAM SCHRECK

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates — King Juan Carlos of Spain began a visit to the Persian Gulf region on Monday by telling United Arab Emirates officials that deepening ties

 

Spain’s King Juan Carlos Visits United Arab Emirates

pain’s King Juan Carlos paid tribute on Sunday to Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan al Nahyan, the founder of the United Arab Emirates at the mausoleum where his remains rest, heading straight there

 

Noah Movie Banned in More Muslim Countries as Indonesia and Malaysia Block Film

The Christian Post 11 April 2014
By Morgan Lee

Two more Muslim majority countries have opted to ban Darren Aronofsky's Noah, citing concerns of unrest and fear of controversies. Malaysia and Indonesia have joined the

 

Sudan: Qatar's Emir Visiting Sudan On Wednesday

All Africa 1 April 2014

Khartoum — The emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani will travel to Sudan on Wednesday in a one-day visit, it was announced here today.

 

Alicia Gali, Women and Islam

CultureWatch 21 March 2014
By Bill Muehlenberg

So why write about a particular story which first took place some six years ago now? Because this tragic case is all too representative of how women are treated in Islam – even

 

UAE, Saudis Lash Out at U.S. Gov’t and Orgs Supporting Islamists

Clarion Project 17 March 2014
By Ryan Mauro

The United Arab Emirates is protesting the State Department for its perceived support for a prosecuted jihadist, in a rare expression of diplomatic anger towards the U.S. Saudi Arabia is also

 

Serbia’s Vucic Sees U.A.E. Billions as Key to Election Win

Businessweek 13 March 2014
By Gordana Filipovic and Dana El Baltaji

Aleksandar Vucic, the favorite to become Serbian prime minister after elections this month, is campaigning as the candidate who can bring home investment from the United Arab

 

The Double-Edged Sword of Jihad

FrontPage Magazine 13 March 2014
By Raymond Ibrahim

Islamic nations are again learning that the jihad is a volatile instrument of war that can easily backfire on those who preach it;

 

Qatar alone: A Sunni monarchy charts an independent course

U.S. relations with the monarchies of the Persian Gulf are complicated enough, but now three of them — Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, joined by Egypt, another Sunni

 

Saudi action puts Muslim Brotherhood in Kuwait on spot

Almonitor 11 March 2014

On March 11, a little-noticed lawsuit will resume in the Kuwaiti courts to disband the Muslim Brotherhood’s local charity arm, the Social Reform Society. Al Eslah, as it is known, is accused of mixing

 

UAE Joins Gulf-Wide Crackdown on MB, Hamas

Clarion Project 11 March 2014
By Ryan Mauro

As UAE join Egypt and Saudi Arabia in condemning the Muslim Brotherhood, only Qatar continues to give support. The Muslim Brotherhood is down to one Arab state sponsor:

 

Five Muslim Movie Reviews

PJ Media 11 March 2014
By Robert Spencer

Siskel and Ebert they ain’t, but Islamic scholars, supremacists, jihadists and pressure groups have made their views known, often in quite colorful ways, about numerous motion pictures

 

Is Muslim Brotherhood in America

familysecuritymatters.org 10 March 2014
By ED ZIEGLER

The Muslim Brotherhood (MB) was founded in Egypt in 1928 and is considered a terrorist organization by many countries, including Islamic countries. Its stated goal is to

 

Rep. Keith Ellison addresses chapter of Hamas-linked CAIR

islamist-watch 10 March 2014
By Robert Spencer

This is not the first time: Hamas-linked CAIR raised large amounts of for Ellison's first campaign, and he has spoken at numerous CAIR events. CAIR is an unindicted

 

Saudi Arabia Names Muslim Brotherhood as a Terrorist Group

Mideast Time 10 March 2014
By Hossein Forouzandeh

On Friday, the rulers of Saudi Arabia formally named the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist group, putting the organization on equal grounds under the law in Saudi as al Qaida. The

 

Video: Saudi Internet Celebrity Returning from Syria Jihad: The Factions Fight One Another, Not the Regime

youtube 10 March 2014
By MEMRITVVideos

 

Qatar Seen Tempering Muslim Brotherhood Support on Gulf Ire

Bloomberg 10 March 2014
By Dana El Baltaji and Caroline Alexander

Qatar will probably soften its support for the Muslim Brotherhood to ease tensions with Gulf allies, which drove its credit risk to the highest level in three

 

Qatar Seen Tempering Muslim Brotherhood Support on Gulf Ire

Bloomberg 7 March 2014
By Dana El Baltaji and Caroline Alexander

Qatar will probably soften its support for the Muslim Brotherhood to ease tensions with Gulf allies, which drove its credit risk to the highest level in three months. Qatar’s credit default

 
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